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Time Race Results 2019

The results for the 2019 time race can be downloaded here

 

CRA TIME RACE - 4 JULY 2019
From Plough Reach to downstream of “Penny Ferry”
Results
               
               
Race number Crew Category Sex Race Time Masters Adjusted Time Position Winner
1 City (Superstars) Open M 00:05:09      
2 Champs (M1) Nov M 00:00:00      
3 Chesterton (Holland) Mas C M 00:04:51 00:04:43   Fastest Men's overall
4 Cantabs (Hunter) Mas C M 00:05:40 00:05:32    
5 Cantabs (Motley Crew) Mas D M 00:06:20 00:06:00    
6 Champs (M3) Nov M 00:05:39      
7 X-Press (Raspberry Pi) Nov M 00:06:04      
8 Camb '99 (PS Comeback) Nov M 00:05:53      
9 Champs (Nick Gay) Nov M 00:05:38      
10 X-Press (M&R) Nov M 00:05:30     Fastest Men's Novice
11 Chesterton (Byrne) Mas B M 00:05:17 00:05:17   Fastest Men's Masters
12 Cantabs (InVeterEight) Mas G M 00:06:12 00:05:17    
13 X-Press (The Boat that Rocks) Nov M 00:06:38      
14 City (PEM, M14) Nov M 00:07:22      
15 City (Grads, M15) Nov M 00:06:22      
16 Cantabs (Intermediate) Open M 00:05:10      
17 X-Press (Camb Assessment) Nov M 00:06:30      
18 Cantab (Juniors) Junior M 00:05:17     Fastest Men's Junior
21 The Leys School (The Peregrines) Mas C W 00:05:50 00:05:50   Fastest Women's overall and Mas winner
22 Champs (Captains Crew W3) Open W 00:06:14      
23 Champs (Returners W4) Open W 00:05:52      
24 Camb '99 (Returners W8) Open W 00:06:22      
25 X-Press (M&R) Nov  W 00:06:03     Fastest Women's Novice
26 Champs (W4) Nov W 00:06:21      
27 Chesterton (Newby W4) Nov  W 00:06:38      
28 Rob Roy  Open W 00:05:53      
29 Camb '99(PS Midnight, W9) Nov W 00:06:46      
30 Cantabs (Progression Squad F&J) Open W 00:06:33      
31 Champs (W7) Nov/Junior W 00:06:42     Fastest Women's Junior
32 City (W8) Nov W 00:06:43      

Winter League 2019 - February Provisional Draw

The provisional draw for the February leg of the 2019 Winter League can be found here:

Winter League 2019 - February Provisional Draw

We will be reviewing the weather forecast throughout the week. A final decision will be made Saturday afternoon regarding the safe running of the event. Club's will be contacted through the person placing their entries if any restrictions are required.

Report on the Osier Holt Enclosure for the CRA 150th Anniversary Town Bumps 2018

 

The organisers of the enclosure in the past (Chris and Peta Parkhouse for ten years and Simon Simon Fairhall on behalf of Living Sport last year) were no longer able to devote their time to what had been a well run event.

Bill Key, the President, decided that this would be an ideal opportunity for the Cambridgeshire Rowing Association to take over the operation of the enclosure particularly as it marked the 150th Anniversary of the Town Bumps and agreement was made with the Fen Ditton Townlands Trust.

Osier Holt gives a commanding view of the Bumps Course from the Gun Shed to Grassy Corner.

Members and friends of the CRA Clubs were invited to attend and and encouraged to bring a picnic along with them.

The important job of controlling access was carried out by members of the 26th Cambridge Scout Group.

We were fortunate to have the services of Milton Brewery who provided a beer tent during the week and served light refreshments.

We had glorious weather for the whole week and the enclosure proved very popular particularly for young families many of whom bought picnics.

Bill Key President, CRA

12th December 2018

To view more photos from Osiers Holt go to the photo gallery

January 2019 Winter League Results

The provisional results for the first leg of the Winter League are available here: http://www.rowclock.com/Results/Index

 
If you have any questions please contact Jess Upton

 

Report on CRA 150th Bumps Anniversary Dinner, Saturday 14th July 2018

 

Members of the Cambridgshire Rowing Association decided that this momentous anniversary should be celebrated in the form of a formal dinner and this was held in the wonderful surroundings of Wolfson College.

Their were a hundred guests both young and old representing all the local clubs and included many CRA Vice Presidents. Present and past Bump's Secretaries comprising Owen Patman, John Jenner, Stephen Allen and Jess Upton also attended.

On a glorious evening the reception, sponsored by Greenwoods GRM was held in the garden before settling down to an excellent dinner in the College Dining Room.

After the meal Coner Burgess, member of the Senior Committee of the Cambridge University Combined Boat Clubs gave a speech on behalf of the CUCBC and proposed a toast to the CRA. Bill Key, President of the Cambridgeshire Rowing Association, responded and after an introduction recited his Ode to the Bumps which he had written for the Cambridge Scouts' Boat Club Golden Jubilee in 1973.

Afterwards the President presented a water colour of the Bumps Course painted by Tom Davies to Stephen Allen and inscribed:

Presented to Stephen Allen by the President of the Cambridgeshire Rowing Association in recognition of 25 years devoted contribution to the organisation of “The Town Bumps”.

Guests mingled in the Dining Hall after the formal dinner before moving to the College Bar where many reminiscences continued to be exchanged until late into the evening.

Photographs from the event can be viewed in the photo gallery.

Bill Key

President, Cambridgeshire Rowing Association.

12th December 2018

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